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No authentic figures for Black Money in Swiss Accounts – Finmin

Many NGOs and whistleblowers have complained to authorities that Indian money worth several thousands crore was illegally routed to many tax havens and urged government to take strict measures to put a bar on it. Finance Ministry admits  it has "no authentic figures" about the quantum of black money deposited in Swiss banks. It is… Read More

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Partners deemed guilty U/s 138 unless proven otherwise

When Directors of a Company or partners of a firm issue cheques which are dishonoured, it is presumed that they were responsible for issuing them unless they prove that they were not in charge of the daily affairs of the firm. They have to discharge the burden during the trial under the Negotiable Instruments Act,… Read More

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Watch Interview with Chairman, Competition Commission of India – Part 1

The Competition Act, 2002, as amended by the Competition (Amendment) Act, 2007, follows the philosophy of modern competition laws. The Act prohibits anti-competitive agreements, abuse of dominant position by enterprises and regulates combinations (acquisition, acquiring of control and M&A), which causes or likely to cause an appreciable adverse effect on competition within India. The objectives… Read More

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Companies to seek Competition Commission approval before Takeovers

Competition watchdog Competition Commission of India (CCI) today said that it will finalize the rules and regulations on merger and acquisition (M&A) provisions by the end of April, a development that would make it mandatory for companies to seek the commission's approval before takeovers. The regulations regarding the forms which are to be applied for… Read More

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Right to Property is a Constitutional Right: Upholds Supreme Court

A bench of justices G S Singhvi and A K Ganguly said in a judgement that courts should view with "suspicion" the action of the government in acquiring land for private parties in the name of urgency. The Supreme Court today said the right to property is a constitutional right and government cannot deprive a… Read More

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Constitution of committee on Lokpal bill challenged in Supreme Court

A group of advocates today moved the Supreme Court challenging the inclusion of five civil society members in a committee to draft the Lokpal Bill. Advocate M L Sharma and others have moved the court contending that inclusion of five civil society members in the committee, which also has five ministers, is constitutionally flawed as… Read More

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ICSI enters into MOU with United Stock Exchange of India (USE)

Frequently Asked Questions on ICSI-USE MOU What is United Stock Exchange of India? United Stock Exchange of India Limited (USE) is India™s newest stock exchange and has been promoted by 21 Indian public sector banks, private banks and corporate houses. USE is the trading platform for Currency Futures now.   Who can trade on currency… Read More

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Comments invited on Revised ICSI Syllabus

India is a vibrant and emerging economy on the global map which has recorded approximately 8.7 percent growth rate in GDP during 2010-11. Indian Economy is being taken to a higher orbit so as to attain the developed nation status by 2020 which is hardly a decade away. Indian businesses- particularly corporate professionals   such as Company… Read More

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Law to get stricter under amended Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act

Benami transaction means any transaction in which property is transferred to one person for a consideration paid or provided by another person for  property of any kind, whether movable or immovable, tangible or intangible, and includes any right or interest in such property. Benami buys means buying properties in the name of a person who doesn't pay for… Read More

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CJI cautions Judges to exercise self restraint

Chief Justice S H Kapadia cautioned the judges today against taking over the functions of the legislature. Kapadia maintained that the judiciary should exercise self-restraint and respect segregation of responsibilities between the Executive and the Judiciary. "We must refuse to sit as a super-legislature to weigh the wisdom of legislation. We must remember that our Constitution… Read More

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